Paper 1 Section B: Writing to Argue, Persuade or Advise 2 Writing to argue Student Book Page 84 Activity 7 1 Look back at the letter you wrote for Activity 5. Think about the counter-arguments that could be raised against what you said there. 2 Now list: your key points the points that could be made against them how you could counter-argue these. You could use a table format, like the example below. Key point Arguments against Celebrities work Working in a factory or on hard and earn a building site is harder their money. and those workers don’t get millions. How I could counter-argue There are many factory workers, but only one celebrity doing what he or she does.